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whitey bulger. >> stone cold killer. >> narrator: he was a mobster the fbi could not catch. deborah feyerick takes you inside one of the biggest manhunts in fbi history. [ bagpipes ] ♪ >> reporter: the church bells of saint monica near the harbor in south boston have sounded for generations of irish immigrants. [ bell ringing ] >> reporter: it is a tight-knit community that's always protected its own, a place james "whitey" bulger, one of boston's most notorious gangsters calleded home. bulger learned to fight and survive on the mean streets of south boston, known as southy to locals like john shay who would work for bulger. >> the guy was legendary. he made tough guys shake. he made them shake. >> reporter: bulger's life of crime started early. arrested in his teens he was robbing banks by age 20. his shock of blond hair earning him the name "whitey" a name he's said to despise. with his good looks and flamboyance, he imagined himself boston's version of hollywood gangster jimmy cagney. instead of red carpets, he was headed to alcatraz, a string of bank robberies landing him ten
was a mobster the fbi could not catch. deborah feyerick takes you inside one of the biggest manhunts in fbi history. >>> the church bells of saint monica, near the harbor in south boston, have sounded for generations of irish immigrants. it's a tight-knit community that has always protected its own. a place james "whitey" bulger, one of boston's most notorious gangsters, called home. bulger learned to fight and survive on the mean streets of south boston, known as southie to locals like john shay who decades later would work for bulger. >> the guy was legendary. >> he made tough guys shake. he made them shake. >> reporter: bulger's life of crime started early. arrested in his teens, he was robbing banks by age 20. his shock of blond hair earning him the name "whitey," a name he is staid to disguise. with his rugged good looks and reckless flamboyance, bulger imagined himself boston's version of hollywood's gangster, jimmy cagney. but instead of red carpets, he was headed to alcatraz. a string of bank robberies earning him ten years in federal prison at age 25. he did his time and upon relea
. inside one of the biggest man hunts in fbi history. >>> the church bells of st. monica near the harbor in south boston have sounded for generations of irish immigrants. it's a tight-knit community that's always protected its own, a place james "whitey" bulger called home. he learned to fight and survive on the mean streets of south boston, known as southy to locals like john shay who, decades later, would work for bulger. >> the guy was legendary. >> he made tough guys shake. he made them shake. >> reporter: bulger's life of crime started early, arrested in his teens, he was robbing banks by age 20. his shock of blonde hair earning him the name "whitey," a name he is said to despite. with his rugged good looks and reckless flamboyance, he imagined himself as boston's version of jimmy kagny. but instead of red carpets he was headed to alcatraz. a string of bank robberies landing him ten years in federal prison at age 25. did he his time and upon release vowed he would never, ever go back. >> they had no hard proof. >> reporter: "boston globe" reporters dick layered and jared o'neill ult
had for a singer he said was cheryl johnson. the fbi looked hard and could never find her. >> it says to me that cheryl johnson didn't exist and he made it up. >> williams says only after that call from a gas station did he turn around to cross back over the bridge again. police would stop him moments later. you said, i know this is about those boys, isn't it? >> correct. that's what i said. >> pretty damning statement, don't you think? >> no. i mean, the perception in atlanta was at the time kids were missing. and i think if i'm not mistaken, the perception was a lot of young males are missing. that's what i asked. this is about those kids or boys or something like that, isn't it? >> remember what fbi agent mike mccomas said he saw when he got to the scene? >> saw a black male. he had on a baseball hat. >> this is the sketch provided by the witness who saw lubie geter talking to a man the day lubie disappeared and died. mccomas had never seen this until we came back to show it to him nearly 30 years later. >> this is a real strong resemblance to the person that i talked to, wayne wil
. >> that was a while a and she wa working for the f.b.i. but somewhere along the line she started working for china. so she was doubled by the chinese. she was alsoleeping with the two top counterintelligee agents on the west coast who were responsible for catching chinese spies. if there's any hero to this story it's leslie wiser. leslie wiser didind the evidence in aldrich ames' trash, a yellow post-it note that allowed them to arrest aldrich ames who was the c.i.a. mole for the k.g.b.. and what happened was that robert mullen, the director of the f.b.i., called in wes wiser, who was his ace counterintelligence agent and said there's something bad going nonlos angeles. by this time it had reached the years of headquarters that the two top counterintelligence f.b.i. agents on the west coast... >> rose: were sleeping with the same woman. >> whoas pposed to be an f.b.i. source and she was also working for china. he said "go out there and fin out what's going on." wiser did. he went out with a hand-picked group of agents, opened a separate office in santa monica because one of the two agents involved wit
.s. as debt ceiling negotiations take a break. federal case. the fbi opens an investigation into whether rub effort murdoch's news corp tried to hack the victims of 9/11. mexican soldiers bust the largest marijuana plantation ever. >> announcer: this is early today for friday, july 15th, 2011. >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. we begin with the hard bargain. as the nation's deficit clock ticks closer to default, lawmakers will be grouped after a week of tense white house negotiations. the president will hold a press conference this morning while on capitol hill, a back up plan proposed by mitch mcconnell appears to be gaining momentum. nbc's kristen dahlgren has more. good morning. >> the president holding the second press conference this week taking it to the people as he told lawmakers to take it back to the caucuses and figure out a way forward. they have a rare day off from the face-to-face negotiations. yesterday focused on taxes with republicans against standing firm on their pledge not to raise them. meantime, republican and democratic leaders in the senate are trying to wor
oinside one manhunmanhunts in fbi hist. [ bagpipes ] >> reporter: the church bells of saint monica near the harbor in south boston have sounded for generations of irish immigrants. [ bell ringing ] >> reporter: it is a tight-knit community that's always protected its own, a place james "whitey" bulger, one of boston's most notorious gangsters, called home. bulger learned to fight and survive on the mean streets of south bostp south bostonson south bostp south bostons o locap locals lilocals lide. >> the guy was legendary. he made tough guys shake. he made them shake. >> reporter: bulger's life of crime started early. arrested in his teens he was robbing banks by age 20. his shock of blond hair earning him the name "whitey" a name he's said to despise. with his rugged good looks and recklep recklereckless fla imaginp imagined himself bo versiversion of hollywood gang jimmy cagney.pinsteain headr headed headed to. a string of bank robberie landing bulger ten years in federal prison at age 25. he did his time. upon release vowed he would never, ever go back. >> they had no hard proof. >> r
, the police and fbi were hiding in the brush beside and below the river bridges. this was to be the last night, almost the last hour. >> i heard the splash. >> bob campbell, a police recruit, jumped to his feet down beside the chattahoochee river. >> i was really startled. it sounded like a body entering the water. >> he looked up at the bridge. >> and i saw brake lights of a car coming. i saw red lights. the car started slowly moving away from me across the bridge. >> campbell radioed the other team members up above him. >> i asked, did a car stop on the bridge? because i couldn't believe what i saw. and each person told me they didn't see it. >> then a policeman in a chase car hidden on the other side came on the radio. >> he just said, the car is pulling in the parking lot here turning around in front of me and started coming back across the bridge going back in my direction. >> this is that white station wagon. police followed it and stopped it nearby. fbi agent mike mccomas rushed to the scene. the driver was standing by the highway. >> he was talking with the officers. saw a black male.
by the f.b.i. noibi told the f.b.i. he was in l.a. to recruit people for his software business. he claimed he simply found the unused boarding pass and admitted not buying a ticket. agents then traced the boarding pass to its rightful owner and confirmed he had lost the boarding pass on a new york subway and simply had printed another one at the airport kiosk. when the f.b.i. found no apparent connections to terror, noibi was turned loose, but only for four days. f.b.i. agents arrested him yesterday when they found noibi back at l.a.x. trying to board yet another flight, delta 46 to atlanta, again with a boarding pass that was not his own. and a search of his two bags turned up even more suspect documents-- at least ten more boarding passes in various names. noibi's now charged with being a stowaway on an aircraft. now, the t.s.a. says noibi was screened for explosives and weapons and in that sense presented no real threat or imminent threat to the plane. but it was a fundamental failure at the screening checkpoint-- he never should have got on with the papers he presented, scott. >> pelle
of key republicans say yes and have stepped forward today. we'll show you who. >>> where does the fbi draw the line on spying on citizens? can they track your every move? >>> also, we'll take you shopping. tips on how to be thrifty thrift shopping. >>> and dramatic warming around the bay area. we saw triple digits across the east bay. we're off our highs but here is a look at current readings. 99, fairfield, 99 concord, 93 in san jose. we're looking west this evening without much cloud cover. where is our natural a/c? well, we may get a little cooling, starting tomorrow. your fireworks forecast coming up. . >>> congress may finally reach an agreement on raising the federal debt ceiling after republican lawmakers showed they're open to the idea of eliminating tax breaks today. nbc's brian moore has the story from washington. >> the senate will come to order. >> reporter: congress has less than a month to raise uncle sam's credit limit. but lawmakers are locked in a battle over a long-term cure for our nation's financial fix. democrats want to raise money. republicans are demanding mass
on the phone hacking scandal. the fbi starts its own investigation in the u.s. the airline forced into hiding. a crackdown in syria continues, we cross the border to get a look at how thousands of families are living. paying a hefty price for some of jane austen's pages. an early manuscript is in the hands of the highest bidder. let me start by telling you to mark your calendars. next tuesday the embattled media titan rupert murdoch and his heir apparent jane will appear before british lawmakers. sending shock waves far and wide. the fbi has opened an investigation into allegations that murdoch's news corp. saw to hack into the phones of september 11 victims. we start tonight's coverage with this report from our deputy political editor. >> parliament has costumed the news of the -- to answer the questions of the mp's of why so many were hacked. >> my message to rebekah brooks is do the decent thing. it cannot hide away from this level of public english. >> they were reluctant witnesses. they told the committee he could not attend the future session. james murdock said he could not come. rebek
as the -- scandal as the fbi starts it s investigation. a crackdown in syria continues, and we cross the border to see how thousands are living. pages.e of jane austen's this is not i nthn the hands of the highest bidder. >> we say welcome to our viewers in america and around the globe. next tuesday, rupert murdoch and his son, james ,will appear before british lawmakers about the phone hacking scandal. the fbi has opened an investigation into the hacking into the phones of 9/11 victims. we have this report from the deputy politcal editor. >> parlaiment wants to hold rebecca brooks and james and rupert murdoch to account, to answer questions about why so many people's phones were hacked in the name of news. it was a summons they could not ignore. >> it just is insane. you can't hide away. you can't hide away from this level of anguish and anger. >> the murdochs were reluctant. rupert murdoch said he could not attend, but said he would give evidence. his son, james, said he couldn't make it, but would be pelased to leased to give evidence on the 10th of august. rebecca brooks welcomed the chance
of these high stakes negotiations could shift very, very soon also the fbi launches an investigation into rupert mer dock's operation here in the united states. they agree to face british lawmakers next week and get hammered with angry questions. >>> egyptians take security into their own hands. even some children are armed with illegal guns. the revolution giving way to a wild west mentality. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> the united states is another day closer to a possible default on its debts. 19 days before the deadline there's no sign that political leaders are any closer to preventen an unprecedented and frightening train wreck. right now members of congress are in the fifth straight day of talks aimed at raising the debt limit. the frustrations and tempers have been laid bare. let's go to our chief white house correspondent jessica yellin. she's over there with the latest. what do what do we expect from the negotiations? >> as you know, it's been 24 hours of extremely high tension with each side accusing the other of political posturing. now they're back to see if
case. the fbi opens an investigation into whether rupert murdoch's news corp tried to hack the phones of 9/11 victims. >>> and reefer madness. mexican soldiers bust the country's largest marijuana mexican soldiers bust the country's largest marijuana plantation ever. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. welcome to our viewers across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. today we begin with the hard bargain. as the nation's deficit clock ticks closer to default, lawmakers will regroup today after a week of tense white house negotiations. the president will hold a news conference this morning while on capitol hill a backup plan proposed by senator minority leader mitch mcconnell appears to be gaining momentum. nbc's kristen dahlgren has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lynn. we'll hear from the president in just a few hours. his second press conference this week. he's really taking it to the american people, as he told lawmakers that they have until saturday to try to come up with some type of plan moving forward.
stranded. by 1981 the police and fbi were hiding in the brush beside and below the river bridges. this was to be the last night, almost the last hour. >> i heard the splash. >> bob campbell, a police recruit, jumped to his feet, down beside the chattahoochee river. >> he came to a ridge. >> i saw red lights and the car started slowly moving away from me on the bridge. >> campbell radioed the other team members up above him. >> i asked, did a car stop on the bridge? you know, i couldn't believe what i saw. and each person told me they didn't see it. >> then a policeman in a chase car, hidden on the other side, came on the radio. >> he just said the car is pulling in the parking lot here turning around in front of me. started to come back in my direction crossing the bridge. >> this is that white station wagon. police followed it and stopped it nearby. fbi agent rushed to the scene. the driver was standing by the highway. >> he was talking with the officers. saw a black male. he had on a baseball hat. glasses. >> the young man was wayne williams, about to turn 23. a self-anointed m
the salaries of border patrol and prison guards and air traffic croarls and f.b.i. agents and staff at other veterans' hospitals. because congress has told him to do that. congress holds the power of the purse. and who is responsible for not giving the president enough money to pay for all of this? for forcing the treasury to borrow? congress has set how much the executive branch can collect, because congress has that power of the purse. and now we're telling the president, do all that we have told you to do, but without enough money and now don't borrow. well, we all learned in civics class that congress has the power to make laws and the power of the purse. we learned that the president has the solemn obligation to faithfully execute the laws congress has passed. that is the basic structure of american government. outside of a few narrow and specific areas that are assigned to exclusive judicial authority by the our constitution, the constitutional rule is clear: congress instructs the president, by law, what to do, and the president faithfully executes those laws. but what happens if cong
it more than he did this car. and you heard heather seibert from the fbi talk about when tissue decomposes it still have cell material and they could have gotten dna if there was dna in the trunk of this car and they certainly took swabs. they certainly tried. they certainly did everything they possibly could to generate something to let you know and to prove to you that there was a body in the trunk of this car. the state wants to have it both ways. they want to say there is a stain when there isn't. maggots, all the maggots were this the actual trash bag. they want to give you all of this evidence to try and say and try and hope that if you stare hard enough you will either see human decomposition, a human decomposition stain or some other figuremen figment or imagination. by this time you are already angry, your emotions are reconciled up and you just might see if you stare hard enough, if you stare long enough you just might see a stain in the back of that car. well, that is not true. that is not evidence. evidence would have been a dna report. evidence would have been something simila
was undergoing. the first up was to call the fbi and demanded why they were doing this. a couple of days later, this was left for me in my home. the fbi could have left that note and they could have called the san francisco police department and told them to clean up their own mess. i was hoping to get to that finding but they were not forthcoming. this tells me two things, number one, that i am right on target and it illustrates graphically what i was telling you about two weeks ago about the liability. the department that i live in, i used to smoke cigarettes. i did not like smoked in my department. i would lean out the bathroom window. this was a straight shaft. this was left for me outside the window to the left. plausible deniability. if i did not tell you that i smoked cigarettes and that was left in that area, you would say, why would you do that. how would you know it? even if i told you that i smoked, how would you know that they smoked? >> they were in my apartment many times. most important, they wrote somewhere close and i scribbled a bunch of notes in the margins. as you can see,
've crossed the atlantic and the fbi says it's launched its own investigation into the claims of september the 11th victims against rupert murdock's media empire. we'll have more on that as world business today continues. when i got my medicare card, i realized i needed an aarp... medicare supplement insurance card, too. medicare is one of the great things about turning 65, but it doesn't cover everything. in fact, it only pays up to 80% of your part b expenses. if you're already on or eligible for medicare, call now to find out how an aarp... medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company, helps cover some of the medical expenses... not paid by medicare part b. that can save you from paying up to thousands of dollars... out of your own pocket. these are the only medicare supplement insurance plans... exclusively endorsed by aarp. when you call now, you'll get this free information kit... with all you need to enroll. put their trust in aarp medicare supplement insurance. plus you'll get this free guide to understanding medicare. the prices are competitive
, 10 people have been arrested in the scandal. now, this comes as the fbi is now investigating whether journalists tried to hack the phones of 9/11 victims. that has many people upset. wjz is live tonight. we have reaction from a maryland man who survived 9/11. >> nearly 10 years later, he's still counting his blessings that he made it out of the world trade center on that fateful day, but if these allegations are true, they would institute an outrageous invasion of privacy. >> reporter: when planes struck the world trade center in 2001, steve peck was on the 63rd floor of one of the buildings. he remembers what he calls one of the greatest rescue missions ever. >> the firefighters and police officers that gave their life that day, 30,000 of us got out and many thanks to them. >> reporter: that's why he and many others touched by the tragedy want answers from the fbi. did news corps reporters from their british tabloid newspaper attempt to hack cell phones? a group of lawmakers made a direct request for the inquiry to the fbi director. >> they're entitled to know if their privacy is vi
rescuers race against time to find an 11-year-old girl who disappeared from her house. a spececl fbi unit joins the effort tonight and authorities y, every second counts. >> awol and dangerous. police arrest a soldier with bomb making materials and jihadi it wiliterature right outside as base already scarred by massacre. but did the military almost miss it? >>> and recession therapy. with the economy in crisis, inner peace may seem like a pipe dream. but we'll show you one thing you can do for free to cut stress and boost happiness. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, witit terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," july 28th, 2011. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. of the hundreds of thousands of children reported missing each year, only a tiny percentage, around 11 or less, are taken by complete strangers. that is one reality on the minds of the fbi child abduction specialists who have joined tonight's search for a missing 11-year-old girl in a small new hampshire town right near the canadian border. they also know that time is of t
beginning this morning at 11:00 a.m. eastern. >>> the fbi has begun a preliminary investigation into the phone hacking scandal of rupert murdoch's news corporation. the fbi wants to know if murdoch's reporters tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims. congressman peter king was one of the u.s. lawmakers who asked the fbi to get involved. >> anything at all which involved 9/11 victims at the fbi's jurisdiction over i want them to investigate and investigate fully. i have a lot of 9/11 families in my district. they're entitled to know if their privacy was violated and if their loved one's privacy was violated and that's what this is about. >> murdoch and one of his sons agreed to testify at a parliamentary hearing next week. >>> the u.s. is fighting a war in cyberspace. the pentagon says it's a battle to protect national security secrets but the other side is winning. some of the nation's most sensitive military secrets have been looted by spies who managed to break into government computers. david martin got an exclusive look into the pentagon command center. >> reporter: th
apparently, a fbi inquiry into whether or not we ought to have an investigation into america, into whether or not similar practices were used by any of the newscorp outlites here. there is no evidence that i have seen to support that, but that doesn't stop, a lot of the media from jumping to the same kind of conclusions, that they jumped to with respect to dominique strauss-kahn, and automatically assuming he was guilty and then assuming he he was innocent. let's just wait and see where the facts play out. >> as much as the left or liberal mealing calling for investigations, peter king, hardly anymore more conservative than he called for a fbi investigation. this knee jerk let's blame the liberals, let's blame the left. they're out to get the news corporation and out to get mr. murdoch. there has to be some personal responsibility and look, mr. murdoch seems to be taking that and put out an apology and visited the family of that eight-year-old girl, but there has to be personality responsibility and stop blaming the left and liberal media like it's the liberals fault this happened. >> let'
was questioned by the fbi. he told the fbi he was in l.a. to recruit people for his software business. he claimed he simply found the unused boarding pass, and confirmed not buying a ticket. when the fbi found no apparent connections to terror, he was turned loose, but only for four days. fbi agents arrested him yesterday, when they found him back at l.a.x., trying to board yet another flight, delta 46 to atlanta. again with a boarding pass that was not his own. in search of his two bags, turned up even more suspect documents. at least 10 more boarding passes in various names. he is now charged with being a stowaway on an aircraft. the tsa says he was screened for explosives and weapons, and posed no threat. but the lapse by the tsa is serious. and he could face serious actions. >>> changes heading our way. some sunshine. some heat. >> i don't know if you guys saw the roadways today, but everyone was on the roadways, getting in town, or out of town. everybody is making their big plans for the 4th of july. we're ever so closer to your weekend. let's put it out there for you, your 4th of july forec
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